Glass Houses - Chapters 7 - 11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7, Gamache and his team were working with a variety of transparencies laid out over a map of Québec that depicted the movement of drug trade through Canada into the United States. They have learned that there is a shipment of eighty kilos of fentanyl bound for the United States. Their research has determined that much of the drug trade over the past years has entered North America through the village of Three Pines. Gamache had done nothing when he had been warned about smaller shipments. Instead, he had waited for the right time. It was the black-robed figure that had helped him identify the head of the drug trade. There were few people who knew the connection between the trial and the drug trade and Gamache wanted to keep it that way.

Madeline Toussaint, the head of serious crimes, argued...

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